KVH Family Medicine – Ellensburg will welcome Dr. June Bredin as a new physician on May 15. The addition of Dr. Bredin will bring the total number of healthcare providers at KVH Family Medicine - Ellensburg to ten.
Family medicine is a medical specialization devoted to comprehensive health care for patients of all ages. Providers of family medicine help patients with acute, chronic, and preventive health care needs.
Dr. Bredin has experience in working with the full spectrum of family medicine patients. She has most recently specialized in working with adolescents and adults who have autism spectrum and related disorders or intellectual disabilities. For the past 17 years, Dr. Bredin has acted as a primary care provider at the Rainier School, an intermediate care facility operated by the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services.
Dr. Bredin is the President of the Washington Academy of Family Physicians (WAFP) and acts as the WAFP delegate to the Washington State Medical Association. She is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.
Before beginning her medical career, Dr. Bredin was raised in Seattle. She attended Seattle Pacific University, where she obtained dual degrees in Chemistry and Biology. She then attended and graduated from the University of Washington School of Medicine. After medical school, Dr. Bredin spent three years in residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee and an additional three years practicing in a small town in central Illinois while her husband completed graduate school. Apart from these six years away, Dr. Bredin has always lived in Washington State.
In her spare time, Dr. Bredin and her husband enjoy camping. They are also ardent Seattle Mariners and University of Washington football fans and have been involved in a variety of church music programs. Dr. Bredin’s other hobbies include cross-stitching and gluten-free baking.
Dr. Bredin will be accepting new patients. For more information, call KVH Family Medicine – Ellensburg at (509) 933-8777.